CREATIVE DESIGN NETWORK
For over 30 years, Creative Design Network, Inc. (CDN) has been playing a vital role in supporting the plans of engineering teams engaged in the development of consumer, commercial and healthcare products.
Our talented team of designers, engineers, and model builders is very passionate about product design and they bring a mix of creativity, experience and art to every product they develop. We work very closely with our customers on a personal level and share the same goals for the success of their products.
We take our work very seriously, but in a casual, fun environment that results in a culture of innovation and creative ideas.
At Creative Design Network, you can experience a variety of high-quality production services provided by skilled professionals.
The most successful products are those that solve a problem or make life easier for the end-user. The best solutions start with the correct definition of the problem.
Product design ultimately takes the desires of end-users and transforms them into a component or finished product that will creatively address all aspects of their needs.
Prototyping is an essential part of the product development process. CDN’s product development team has the added advantage of being able to create your prototypes in-house using CDN’s advanced prototyping and manufacturing capabilities.
CDN can further assist your team’s efforts by offering low volume manufacturing and assembly in our facility located in West Bend, WI. We execute manufacturing and light assembly runs to help our clients bridge the gap between the development process and full scale production.
The founders of SGM Industries came from careers in the golf course maintenance and agricultural equipment industries, and after retirement had discovered a need for a better way to groom and maintain putting greens. SGM brought their plan to CDN and together we developed the TB220 Turf Brush.
Originally created in the early 2000’s, Solo-Step’s main purpose was to find a way for patients to securely perform their rehabilitation exercises without fear of falling or injuring themselves. To allow more freedom of movement along the track, Solo-Step asked CDN to design a switch system.